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There ia not a mother in the land tl at
can fail to see and fel the exquisite pathos
is the linea below. How often when " .yea*
ried with the turmoil and strife, and all
the needful discipline of life," when your
little ones have gathered around your knee
at night, have you felt like pushing them
aside and"telling them yon were too tired ;
"go and ait down." I have heard it again
and again, and never did I hear it that I
did not ieel an absolute pain as if I had
been hort. Mothers, learn a lesson from
these beautiful lines. Your little ones are
often trying, bat be patient; let them nes
tle around yon ; you may not keep them
always, for even now the Angel ot Death
may be beckoning your little one " to the
Christ-child's" loving arms:
A little elbow leans upon your knee,
Your tired knee that has EO much to bear;
A child's dear eyes are looking lovingly
From underneath a thatch of tangled
Perhaps you do not heed the velvet touch
Of warm, moist fingers holding yours so
You do njbfc prize the blessing overmuch
Yon are almost too tired to pray to-night.
Bal it is blessedness ! A year ago
I did not see it aa I do to-day.
Wa are all BO dull end thankless, and too
To cotch the sunshine till it Blips away.
A d now it seems surpassing strange tome
That while I wore the badge of mother
J did not kiss more oft and tenderly
The little child that brought me only
And if, some night, when you sit down to
You miss the little elbow on your tired
This restless curly head from off your
This lisping tongue that chatters con
If from your own the dimpled bandi had
And ne'er would nestle in your palm again;
If the white feet into the grave had trip
I oomd not blame you for your head
X wonder that some mothers ever fret,
Their little children clinging to their
the footprint?, when the days are
Are ever black enough to make them
If I could find a little muddy boot,
Or cap, or jacket on my chamber floor
If I contd kiBS a rosy, restless foot
And hear it patter in my hor s : once
' . more;
If I o >nld mend a broken cart to-day,.
To-morrow make a kite to reach the sky,
Theie is no woman in God's world could
Brie was more blissfully content than 1.
Bat ab 1 the dainty pillow next my own
Is never rumpled ny a shining head.
Ky einging birdiing from its nest has flown,
The little boy I used to kiss is-dead.
A Carolinian's Death.
Blows Out His Brains Without Appa
Justice Dorsey held an inquest on
Saturday afternoon over the remains
of young Maham Lee Ward, of South
Carolina, who shot and killed him
self, Friday night, at the residence of
Mr. B. J. Capron, the husband of the
young man's aunt, Woodlawn, Row
land avenue, Baltimore county. Mr.
Capron testified that his nephew had
made his home at his house for the
past five years. He was of a gay
and genial disposition. He indulged
in liquor at times, but not to excess.
He suffered greatly from headache,
which he inherited from his mother.
To core this he had of late b?ken
large quantities of bromide of pojasBa.
His nephew had said in a joking'way
that he thought he would kill him
self. Of late he had been stopping
in Ballimore all night. On Friday
he came home all right, dined at 7
o'clock and ate a hearty meal. Be
fore the dessert was served he left the
table and retired to his room, com
Elaining with his head. Mrs. Capron,
ia aunt, followed him to his room
and remained with him half an hour.
When she returned to the table she
remarked that Lee might shoot him
self. She had scarcely made the re
mark when a crash was heard up
stairs. He and Mrs. Capron at once
ran up the steps and found Lee lying
at full length on the floor. A Smith
& Wesson 32 calibre revolver was by
his side. His head was lying in a
pool of blood. Mr. Capron also stat
ed that his nephew had an interest in
a large estate, which dies with him
Mrs. Lee, his grandmother, holds a
life estate in his property. At her
death tho property would go to heire
in Ohio. His nephew was engage :
to be married Oct. 28. Mrs. Capron
corroborated tho statement of her hus
band. Dr. R. B. Norment told how
the body was lying when he saw it.
The indications were that Ward ctood
before the mirror when he shot him
self. He said the following note was
ionnd in his pocket addressed to a
friend, Mr. Stone :
"October 7.-My dearest friend : I
am to be married cn the 28th to the
lady of my choice. She has just lost
her father, and the wedding will be a
quiet one. Can you come toit? I
would dearly love to go to your place
on my wedding trip, but as I cannot,
you must come in time to eec the boy
of old tied up. Answer if you can.
M. L. W."
The jury roturned a verdict that
the deceased came to his death by
his own hands during a temporary
aberration of tbe mind. Young Word
had made the request to the Capron
family that when he died he wanted
to be laid beside hie father and moth
er in South Carolina. To carry out
this wish Mr. Capron and his entire
family hav6 gone with the remains to
South Carolina, where the funeral will
take place. It is stated that both
families approved of the marriage of
young Ward and his fiance.
Two Very Ugly Twins.
They -;o hand in hand, and lead
their victims a terrible trot down
into the valley of the shadow of death.
One is neuralgia, the other rheumatism.
These generally proceed from disor
dered blood. Brown's Iron Bitters
knocks out these ugly twins by set
ting the blood aright and invigorat
ing the system. Mr. W. T. Oaborne,
of Colville, Ala., used Brown's Iron
Bitters for rheumatism and neuralgia
with most happy effect. It also curee
It Shall Put Sickness and Butlering
It shall cure all the people and pul
sickness and suffering, under foot ! We
mean Penn'? Bitters, the comfort, the
refuge, the salvation of millions. Add
disease upon disease, and let the worst
come, we are safe if we use Penn's Bitters.
Though thou diest with dyspepsia, torpid
liver, biliousness and headache yet shall
thou live if thou takest Penn's Bitters
What woman ia there, weak, feeble and
siek, who use th Penn's Bitters, and is not
made atrong and cheerful by it ? Indeed
all our pains and aches and diseases go
like chaff before the wind whenever we
wisely have recourse to Penn's Bitters !
Go to Lynch's for fine Confectionery
Cast Off Your Chilli?, mid Fj^cr All
Biliousness from Ymir System.
It ia easily done. Jennings's Hepatic
or Liver Medicine will do it without fail
1 -and very quickly too. Nor need you
live on it by-any nieans. A little now
I and then, when you actually feel the
need of it, will keep you splendidly
straight. Try it-Jennings's Hepatic or
Liver Medicine-sold hy W. E. Lynch,
ALL persons holding claims against
the Estate of Daniel Proctor, dee'd.,
will present them properly attested either
to the undersigned or to my attorneys,
Messrs. Sheppard Bros. Those indebted
to said Estate are requested to make pay
ment to the undersigned.
J. M. PROCTOR, Adm'r.
Oct 20, 1885.-3t46
THE Board of County Commissioners
will meet in Annual Session on
Tuesday, November 3rd, 1885. All
claims against the County for the Fiscal
year 1884-5 must be presented on or be
fore that day.
By order of the Board.
W. H. BRUNSON,
Clerk County Commissioners.
Oct. 14, 1885.
Sale of Valuable Real
TO be sold at public outcry, in tho
City of Spartanburg, on safesdav iu
December next, SEVENTEEN HUN
DRED ACRE^ OF LAND, the Estate of
Maj. S. C. Miller, riee'd., in lota randing
in size from 10 to 167 acres, many of them
being about 100 acres. Those lauds are
immediately on the Greenwood, Lau
rens & Spartanburg Railroad, at tho sta
tion of " Mooro," ten milea South of
Spartanburg C. H., in distance from the
depot ? to ? milos-between North aud
South Ty?er Rivera. Fine farming lands,
Eeculiarly adapted to raising bright to
acco and grasses. Salubrity and situa
tion unsurpassed. Neighborhood fine;
community strictly moral. Such a rare
opportunity does not often present itself.
^Terms-one-third cash; balauceinone
and two years.
For further information, apply to
GEO. W. NICHOLLS,
Oct. 16, 1885.-2146] Spartanburg, S. C.
The Music House of llic South
Removed on the 1ST OCTOBER to
nearly opposite the Old Stand
The euperior advantages of this lo
cation will be appreciated by every
one, and, with increased facilities,
GEO. 0. ROBINSON & CO will be
enabled to iurnish the Finest
nmm & OSMANS,
Manufactured at LOWEST POSSI
Guarantee to duplicate Prices in
Northern cities, savins to the pur
chaser all freight and Insurance, be
sides supplying STOOL and COVER.
Shipped to any point in the South.
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE and
INSTRUMENTS of every desorp
SHEET MUSIC and MUSIC
The Latest Publications.
Orders filled on day of reception.
Write for Catalogue, Prices, Dis
counts and eaFy terms of payi
816 S HOAD ST., AUGUSTA
Oct. 6, 1885.
Rave half vour money by buying SEC
OND HAND BOOKS, which are just as
good in every respect as new ones
Largest collection in tho State. School
Supplies and Stationery in great variety.
We also Keep NEW SCHOOL BOOKS
Z. T. STINE,
106 Centre Street, Augusta, Ga.
Sept 16. 1885.
Headquarters for Commercial men
ind Country Merchants.
Centrally located-CoTucr Bro
inti Jackson Streets, Augusta, Ga
J?O, P. M RT H'il Iii HT.
Sept, 9, 1385._
DUTCH BOLTING CLOTHS,
VTOW is tho time when every one who
i_N has a Mill should be looking how
10 can make tho most and tho best Flour.
11 ordor to do this, he must havo a good
lotting Cloth. You can got that by call
ng or sending to
J. IM RS Ml LI. KR,
Miller's Corner, Aiujnstu, (Ja.
July 1. 1885.-30_
No other complaints aro so insidi?os in their
attack ne those a He ct i ng tho throat and lnugs :
none so trilled with by the majority of suffer
ers. Tho ordinary cough or cold, resulting
perhaps from a trifling or unconscious ex
posure, is often but tho beginning of a fatal
Eickncss. AVES'S CHERRY PECTORAL bnfl
woll proven its efficacy In a forty years' fight
with throat and lung diseases, and should bo
taken in all coses without delay.
A Terrible Cough Cured.
" In 18571 took a severe cold, which affected
my lungs. I had a terrible cough, and passed
night niter Dicht without sleep. Tho doctors
gave me np. t tried AYEB'S CnERiiv PEC
TORAL, which rolieved my lungs, induced
sleep, and afforded me the rest necessary
for tue recovery of my strength. By tbo
continued uso of the PECTORAL a perma
nent cure was effected. I am now Ci years
Oti. bi.'e and hearty, and am satlslled your
Cuii^iv PECTORAL saved me.
rtocklngliam, Vt., July 15, 1881!.
Croup. - A Mother's Tribute.
" While in the country last winter my little
boy, three years old, .1? taken ill with croup;
lt seemed as if he would die from strangu
lation. One of the family suggested tho usa
of AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, a bottle of
which was always kept in tho house. This
was tried in small and' frequent doses, and
to our delight in less than half au hour tbo
little patient was breathing easily. The doc
tor said that the CHERRY PECTORAL bad
saved my darling's life. Can you wonder at
our gratitude? Sincerely yours,
MRS. EMMA GEDNKY."
159 West 128th St., Kew York, May ie, 1682.
" I have used AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL
In iny family for ?everal years, and do not
hesitate to pronounce it the most effectual
remedy foi coughs and colds we have ever
tried. A. J. CRANE."
LakJ Crystal, ?Minn., March 13,1882.
" I suffered for eight years from Bronchitis,
ind after trying rr any remedies with no suc
cess, I was eurea by the uso of AYER'S CHER
RY PECTORAL. JOSEPH WALDEN."
Byhalla, Miss., April 5,1882.
" I cannot say enough in praise of AYER'S
QUERRY PECTORAL, believing as J do that
int for its uso I should long since have died
Irom lung troubles. E. BRAGDON."
Palestine, Texas, April 22, 1882.
No case of an affection of the throat or
ungs exists which cannot bo greatly relieved
>y the use of AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL,
ind it will always cure when tho disease ls
lot alr.ady beyond the control of medicine.
3r.J. C. Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass,
Sold by all Druggists.
?nd WHISKY HABITS cured
ulhomo without pain. BOOK
nf part Iculurn ?ont FKKK. I . ,
B. M WOOLLEY H. D., A?!.nt?.0?. Al
FIRST CLASS NEU
LARGEST STOCK OF
Ladies' Dress Goods, Fane]
1 llave Shown Tor Two Seasons Past
ALL my Specialties. GENTS' F?R
NISHING GOODS, CLOTHING
and SHOES, are kept right up to th<
standard. No Shoddy bargains pokoc
st you-only such Reliable Goods sc
Edgefield people will buy.
Please allow me the pleasure of show
ing my Goods and Prices to you, and th?
work is done.
Remember, I AM HEADQUARTERS
on SHOES, CLOTHING, LEATHER
SPOT CASH COMMANDS BAR
Grocery Department Fu!
of Choice Goods.
J. M. COBB.
Sept. 2, 1885.
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
AVALUABLE place, situated on th<
West side of Stevens' Creek, with
in easy distai.ee of two stations (Wood
lawn and Meriwether) on ibo A. & K
road, and not over twenty miles abov<
Augusta. This property consists of abou
Seven Hundred acresof land, wellsuitec
to the production of cotton and grain, oi
any other crop adapted to this climate
It ?8 offered privately until Dec. 7th
when, If not disposed of, it will be oolc
at Edge?eld C. H. at public outcry.
For particulars address the undersign
od, or apply to him on the premises.
Sept. 29, '85.-43J Woodlawn, S. C.
Read" what the Great Methodist Di
vine and Eminent Physician
Dr. J. BMDFIELD'S
FEMALE REGULATOR !
ATLANTA, GA., Feb. 20,18S4.
DR. J. BRADFIELD : Dear Sir-Some
li Ileon years ago I examinod tho recipe
of Female Regulator, and carofully
studied authorities in regard to its com
ponents, and then (as well as now) pro
nounced it to be tho most scientific and
Rkillful combination of the really relia
ble remedial vegetable agents known tr
science, to act directly on tho womb and
uterine organs, and the organs and paru
sympathising directly with these; and,
therefore, providing a specific remedy foi
all diseases of the womb, and of the ad
jaront organs and parts.
JESSE BORING, M. D., D. D.
?&- CAUTION. -33$
Tho country is flooded with quack nos.
trnms, containing IRON and other inju
rious ingredients, which claim to curt
everything-even Female Complaints.
Wo say to you, if you value your lifo.
Il ? ware of all Such !
Bradfield's Female Regulator
is a purely vegetable compound, aud is
only intended for thc FEMALE SEX.
For their peculiar diseases it is an abso
Sold by "all druggists. Send for our
treatise on the Health and Happiness of
Woman, mailed.free. whiefrc-jy^i aV
The Bradfield Regulator Co.,
Box 24, Atlanta, Ga.
OUT OF THE ASHES !
Respectfully informs his Friends and
Customers, that he has,
Since the Fire,
Set up his rest at tho
with a good Btock of
Sow bolng daily recruited from tho bost
narkers in the land.
Come and see me.
W. ll. BRUNS0?V, A'gi.
Oct. 21, 1884.-49
Chill & Feyer
bo Bottle Guaranteed to Cure
Ono Case. It Never Fftils.
G. L. PENN A SON aro authorized to
)fund the tnonny in overy case whore it
l argo bottles-20 to 40 doses-price fl.
ry it in your homes and on tho planta
Sold ouly by G. L. PENN & SON, at
HEALL & CO.,
Druggists and Manufacturers.,
Aug. 18, '85.] AUGUSTA, GA.
?AVING recently set np a Lumber
Mill on a finely Umbered tract
)0Ut two miles Southward of Johnston,
id one mile from C. C. & A. R. R., we
)w offer to the public tho best of pine
mbor in all classes. We guarantee our
ruber and will set our prices to suit
e times. J. P. eft J. W. HARDY.
May 27, 1885.-0-25
or Rent, or for Sate on Rea
1. A 250 Acre Farm, near Dora's
ill, well watered. Fine oats eau be
own on it.
2. Two Lots aud a Dwelling, at Ridge
?. Four Commodious Stores, at Edgo
ild C. H.
i. 2,(K)0 Acres of Land, on Shaw's
eek, 3 miles from Trenton, partly iu
Igefield and partly in Aiken County
ith fino timber, water powers, opon
ad and tenant houses. Will bo cut up
to small tracts if desired.
AIBO, 2 good 45-saw Gins and 1 sot Mill
ones for salo.
ARTHUR S. TOMPKINS, AU'v.,
ig. 12, '84.-tf ] Edgofleld C. H ,S. C.
Charlotte, Columbia & Augus
gjCHEDULEin oliect Sept. 14,1884 :
No. 52-MAIL and EXPRESS.
Statosville,.7:45 a m
Leave Charlotte. 1:00 p cu
Arrive at Columbia, [Bj.6:15
Leave Columbia, [B]. 5:25
Arrive at Augusta, Ga.,. 9:38
No. 53, DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRESS.
Augusta, Ga ,. 8:45 am
Arrive at Columbia,.12:42 p m
Leave Columbia, .12:52
Arrive at Charlotte,. 6:15
Arrive Statesvillo,. 10:15
No. 47 DAILY-MAIL AND EXPRESS.
Augusta, Ga., (A). 5:55 i< m
Ridge Spring. 8:15
Arrive Columbia, (D).10:25
No. 48, DAILY-MAILAND EXPRESS.
Columbia,..... 6:15 a m
Arrive at Augusta.10:42
Nos. 52 and 53 carry Pullman Sleepers
between Augusta and Washington.
Nos. 47 and 48 carry Pullman Sleepers
between Augusta and Wilmington.
All accommodation trains going North
connect at Choster with trains on Chester
and Lenoir Railroad.
Through tickets sold and baggage
checked to all principal points.
G. R. TALCOTT, Sup't.
M. SLAUGHTER, Gen. Pas. Ager 5.
D. CARDWELL, Ass't Gon. Pas. agent,
Columbia, S. C.
Augusta & Knoxville R. R. Co.
Schedule lu Eflect June ?5, 18*5.
Lv Laurent* Ar
" Watorloo, "
Lv Gronnw'd Ar
" Verderj', "
" Bradleys, "
" M'C'rmick "
" PPm Br'ch "
" Parksvllle, "
Ar Augusta, Lv
Lv Augusta Ar
Ar Beaufort Lv
" Port Royal "
" Charleston "
" Savannah "
" Jacks'nv'lo "
7 M" 3?
6 TO l l i
Connections made at Greenwood o and
from all points on Columbia & Green
Time 32 miaules slowor than Augusta
E. T. CHARLTON, G. Pl A
J. N. PASS, Rup't.
J_I?E SOUTH CAROLINA P
TERTIARY BOOT and SHOE
TO RV has now boen in successfu li 'ope
ration three years, and in that tim'
secured an enviable reputation fo:Tthe
Make-up and Quality of ita goods. Doal
ers throughout the country who were
prejudiced in favor of other makes, are
now only too gi ?d to replace their old
stocks with tho products of this Factory,
and orders are daily received from all
sections of the State, and numberless in
quiries for "sample lines" from which
to select an order. The reputation of
those goods for "durability" stands un
rivalled. Ono dealer writes: "1 sihall
never sell any but Penitentiary Shoes;
thoro is more money in them than in
anything that I have over handlod.;r
Anothor says: "The case of'stitch
downs' shipped mo on Tuesday haye
gone like 'hot cakes;" send me two
more cases." '
Another, buying his first bill, writer:
"Goods received, open up splendidly,
am confident of a 'big run' ou then?."
These are but a few of the many letters
being constantly received. Ask your
country merchant for SOUTH CAROLINA
Penitentiary Shoes. Take those o* NO
OTHER Penitentiary. All of our goods
are stamped on the bottom :.A. O. DIB
ERT, Columbia, S. C.
Salesrooms : 260 King St., Charleston.
S.C.; 7!0 Broa I St., Augusta, G.; and
Columbia, R. C.
June 8, 18?3.
Was the namo formerly given to Scrofula
because of a superstition that it could be
cured by a king's touch. Thc world ls
wiser now, and knows that
can only bc cured by a thorough purifica
tion ot the blood. If this is neglected,
the disease perpetuates its taiut through
generation niter generation. Among Its
curlier symptomatic developments ara
Eczema, Cutaneous Eruptions, Tu
mors, Boils, Carbuncles, Erysipelas,
Purulent Ulcers, Nervous and Phy
sical Collapse, etc. If allowed to con
tinue. Rheumatism, Scrofulous Ca
tarrh, Kidney and Liver Diseases,
Tubercular Consumption, and vari
ous other duuxerous or fatal maladies, ar'"
produced by lt.
Li the only powerful and. ahcays reliable
blood-purify inp medicine. . 4t luso effect
ual un alterative that it eradicates from
thc Bvfitem Hereditary Scrofula, and
thc kindred poisons of contagious discuses
and mercury. At the same' time lt en
riches and vitalizes the blood, restoring
healthful action to thc vital organs nnu
rejuvenating thc entire system. Thlsgreat
Is composed of the genuine Honduras
Sarsaparilla, with Yellow Dock, SUI
lingia, the Iodides of Potassium an.l
Iron, and other ingredients of great po
tency, carefully and scientifically com
pounded. Its formula ls generally known
to tho medical profession, and thc best
physicians constantly prescribe AYERES
S.vnsAPAnrLLA as an
For all diseases caused by thc vitiation of
thc blood. It Is concentrated to thc high
est practicable degree, far beyond any
other preparation for which like effects
are claimed, and Is therefore tho cheapest,,
us well as thc best blood purifying medi
cine, lu thc world.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists : price ?1 ; six
bottles for ?5.
For the Best and Most Durable
And several other good makes-all WARRANTED FOR 5 YEARS.
200 Good Second Hand Sewing Machines, at $5.00, $10.00 and $15.0C
NEEDLES and ATTACHMENTS for all machines.
Sewing Machines Adjusted and Repaired by a First Clase Adiueter.
AGENTS FOR DOMESTIC PAPER PATTERNS.
IS?" Send for Catalogue and Price List.
THOMAS, KARTO* k KEY,
July 21,1385. 924 & 928 Broad St., APfiflSTA, CA.
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry
SILVER and PLATED WARE, CLOCKS, &c.
I have received and am receiving daily, the finest line of the above goodi
ever brought to this city, at PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. Agent foi
the BRAZILIAN SPECTACLE. WATCHES and CLOCKS repaired anc
warranted. Wi?. SCHWEIGE RT,
Oct. 18, 82 ly] 732 Broad St.. Under Central Uotel, Augusta.
The Mammoth Furniture Store Man, Begs tc
the Following Awfully Low Prices
An entire Walnut Bed-room Suite, fall marble top, 10 piccee, $39 ; i
very Large and Elegant Solid Walnut Parlor Suite, covered with Plush
only $42 50; an Elegant Walnut Parlor Suite, covered with either Gooc1
Hair Cl- th or Fancy Ramie, at $27.50; a L irgo Assortment of Poplar Bed
room Suites, fall marble top, at $32; or, in wood top, from $16.50 to $25.
A No.'7 Flat Top Cook Stove, with 50 pieces ware, for;j$13; No. t
Step Stove, 25 piecee ware, $8.75.
Every kind and every article of every kind in the Furniture, Bedding
and Stove Line; also, a full line of Window Shades, Carpets, Ruge, Clocks,
In UnderthkiDg Department you can find Coffins and Caskets, Gentle
men's Robes, Lidies' Robes, .Odd Fellows' and Masons' Trimmings, and a
full line of all other Trimminge.
Any information will be cheerfully givr-. Write for full particulars
L. F. PADGETT'S,
IMO and 1112 Broad St., Angosta, Ca.
THE CHEAPEST CARPETS IN GEORGIA.
Stock Larger, Prices Lower Than Ever Before.
Carpets ami House Furnishing Goods, the Largest Stock South, Moquet, Brus
sels, 3-1-My atid Ingrain Carpets, Rugs, Mats and Crumb Cloths, Window Shades,
Wall Papers, Borders* Lace Curtains, Cornices and Polos, Cocoa and Canton Mat
tings, Upbolstory, Chromos. ?&. Write for Samples and Prices.
JAMES C. BAILIE & SONS, Ag'ls.,
Mar. 17. ISM.-IC T14 Broad Rt.. A?IONSTA, ?A.
--fttKl) FAN PRICES!
JAS. L. QUI NB Y & CO.,
Have just received and have now on exhibition, an ex
ceedingly large and well selected of goods, which they oiler
it prices low enough to satisfy all :
Repel lan ta,
Genta' Furnishing (mods,
IS eek \VbCr,
Staplo and Fancy
Bagging and Ties,. .-.
We mako a specialty of SHOES, and carry tho largpflt stock outside of a city.
PST Our WAGON YARD is opon and free for the use of our customers. ?
Full cam valuo paid for cotton and other country produce.
JAS. L. QUINBY & CO.,
Sept. 23, 1884. GRANITE VILLE, 8; C.
RST CHANCE AND j LAST. CHANCE !
The Very Best Chance to Purchase Pure
ILES, MHB. LIQUORS AND CIGARS, AT
A. F. PADGETT'S, Ag?nt,
MADISON, NEAR GRANITE VILLE, S. C.
ranke NORTH CAROLINA CORN WIT^HEY, PEACH and AITLE BRANDY
Lam also agent for Alfred Sperr'? Passaic. IV. J., Wino?
md SSraBsdy, Ture BAKER WHISKEY, Pure N. C. CORN WHIS
Bottled SODA WATER and COOL DRINKS for the Summer.
__ - Q n Q " ~r A, P. PADGETT, Ag t.
Madison, 8, C., Sept. 30,1885.-45 - , .? . -
NEW ERA POWER PRESS
3la.tr niwl Sold by
GEO. R. LOMBARD & CO
Fenndry, Tfn? l??sse.
- A ND
K? BB, Si Et WttRK?,
Engine, Mili ?and (iinv Supply
Kew Work and Repairs Promp'
Write for Prirea.
Steam and Water Pipe and Braes Valves of all kinds.
First Class 10 Horse Power Engine only $495.00.
With Firdt Class Tools, Men and close personal attention, we give all
uk prompt attention. [Aug. ll, 1885.
C. W. HENSON,
RESTAURANT AND SALOON,
OVER 825 BROAD STREET,
?&- Meals furnlshod at all boura, consisting of all the anbatantialannd doliea
i of tho Koason. Everything aerupuloualy noat, the boat of order kent, and the
itnst alloution givon. ?, [Nov. 2C-fd
?T GOOD YEARS'
CAN AL WA YS BE FOUND A FULL LINE OF
HUI AMI CHEAPER GRAUES OF OPEN MD TOP
BUG GXESS, -
At Lower Prices than at any other Houee this side of Cincinnati. Thia
Wo k is all made to order, are Lighter Running and Better Finished than
the clam of work generally Bold ae Standard Vehicles. Bat I have jost re
ceived a Full Line af Fine
Family Carriages, Phaetons & Cabriolets!
Just received another shipment of those Fine OPEN AND TOP BUG
GIES, made upon special orders, by the best manufacturers North and East.
Nothing being used in the construction ol these vehicles but the beet mate
rials, and in Quality, Style and Finish, are unequalled by any others now in
the market. In stock a full line of
SADDLES AND EABHES8-ALL SHADES,
Which I will offer at LOWER PRICES than have ever before been known
in the history of the business. Milburn, Studebaker and Standard Planta
tion Wagons, all siz^s. Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather, Calf Skins, Shoe
Findings, Carriage sud Wagon Materials, Harnees Leather, Belt Lacing of
superior quality, Rubber and Leather Belting. Also a full line of
Guns, Shells, Powder, Shot, Tabie and Pocket Cntlery, Plow Points for all
makes, Nails, Axes, Hoes, Picks and Mattocks, Pitch Forks, Shovels, Spades,
Steelyards and Scale Beams, Grind Stones, Rakes, Paddocks, Carpenter
Tools, Files, Hinges, Window Saph, Doors and Blinds, Farm and Church
Bells, which I am offering at LOWEST CASH PRICES.
AT THE OLD STAND, ( A. R. GOODYEAR, Agt,
Opposite Georgia Railroad Bank, (
704 Broad Ht., Augusta, Ga. j Successor to R. H. May & Co.
September 16, 1885.
IL?rs. J". T. BUCKLE] IT
Wholesale mid Retail Dealer In
Stationery, Blank Books,
ALL KINDS SCHOOL BOOKS,
FEISTS, INK ZPETSTCIXJS
FINE PLUSH AND FANCY GOODS,
8S5 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
_School Rooks a Specialty.
MRS. N. BRUM CLARK,
819 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.,
Is receiving a Handsome Line of MILLINERY and FANCY GOODS
'or F M11 and Winter. You will do well to examine her Stock of COSSETS
BUSTLES, HOOPSK1RTS, NOTIONS, ETC.
BLACK CREPE and DRESS TRIMMINGS in great variety.
tW Will resume the business of ERESS-MAKING October 1,1885.
Sept, -29, '85.-43] Mrs. IV. BRUM CLARK.
CANDIES AND FRUITS!
Wo are now offering a full stock of Pure
Candies, Fruits, Crackers, Cigars, Canned Goods, eic.,
?he .Finest Stock of
TOYS ?xx ttt? CITY.
par Wholesale and Retail Trade'Supplied at the Lowest Caa h Prices.
? _?fe .jtanjwEH?-.. .
, Sept, 2fr.-3m]_i 636 BROAD ST, ADQOB^A, GA.
J. M. AOTER80?,
COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
MASSEY'S COTTON GINS, FEEDERS and CONDENSERS, and
LEE'S PREPARED AGRICULTURAL LIME.
Charge for handling Cotton reduced to 50c. per bale commissions ; 25c.
per bale storage.
Liberal CASH ADVANCES made on Cotton in St?rt
.^"PERSONAL ATTENTION given to Weighing L. I Selling.
Office and Warehouse, 903 Remolds St., Augusta, Ga.
gppt. 15, 1885 -2m
DAY ? TANBAHILL,
Are Now Receiving a Fine Assortment of
CARRIAGE* & BUGGIES
FOR THE SPRING TRADE,
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES
And Xever Refore Attained in the History of the Rosiness.
We are enabled to give our Ouetonera every advantage by purchasing
our goods at the Closest Possible Cash prices. Call and be convinced.
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES IN GREAT VARIETY,
Tho fineat assortmaut of HANDBAGS and SATCHELS evor brooght
to the City. TRUNKS, WHIPS and UMBRELLAS.
THE WILSON, CHILD'S & CO.'S PHILA. WAGONS, all sizes.
TENNESSEE WAGONS, 1, 2 and 4 Horse. ?
DAY & TANNAHILL'S ONE and TWO HORSE WAGONS.
EXPRESS AND DELIVERY WAG0N3.
Axles, Springs, Hubs, Spokes, &c. Rubber Beltin^-mtiH^uTfeirrg?,
HOYT'S LEATHER BELTING. Th? best in tho World.
LACING, RIVETS, ETC. OAr' and HEMLOCK SOLE LEATH ER.
CALF and LINING SKIN3, LASTS, THREAD, CEMENT, ETC.
HARNESS AND SADDLES.
We call particular attention to our Harneen Department, in which we
pxcel in quality and price.
DAY & TANNAHILL,
133 and 735 HU O Al) STREET...... .AUUHSTA, CitMMMSIA.
ADFRED BAKER Prwtdont. * JOSEPH S. BEAN, Cashier.
Auguste Savings Bank,
811 Broad Steet, Augusta, Ga.
CASH ASSETS, - ... $:SOO,000.0?
SURPLUS, - - - - - ?0,000.00
Transact* a Gener.il Deposit and Discount Business.
Interest on Deposits of Five to Two Thousand Dollars.
Accounts of Banks, Bankers and Merchants Received on Favorable Tonn?.
Special Attention Given to Collections.
Depositors receive Interest every six months equal to that which the best ?e~
.uriiioH pay, and all the while their money is available for use, should neawell}
'equi rn it. We always have money on hand lo loan, and afford -sp?cial aocommo
lations to our customers. Wo buy and sell Bonds and Stocka, and are always
?appy to fri ve information.
DIRECTORS:-AFFRED BAKER, W. 3. YOUNG, EDWARD O'DONNELL.
3. R. SCHNEIDER, JOSEPH S. BEAN. [Doo. 28d, 1884.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, STRfflGS. &c. .
BUY YOUR HOLIDAY GOODS AT
CHAS. W. KLEIN'S
JEWELRY ANO MUSIC STORE.
[Repairing a Specialty?
538 BROAD ST_s -A.XJGrXJST-A._ GkA.